Last year, financial analysts observed a strange but encouraging phenomenon on opposite ends of the sprawling Phoenix area, one that they hadn’t seen since before the housing crash of 2007–08: people actually lining up to buy new homes.
Cypress HomeCare Solutions is hiring caregivers.
We’ve all experienced the death of someone close to us, and a time when family, friends and acquaintances congregate to observe the rituals of a funeral.
Living with pets can bring healthful benefits for older adults. But are those perceived benefits overblown, and will technology replace the loyal dog or cat?
Anyone who interested in birding, hiking, the Grand Canyon, financial strategies, book discussions, the national debt, nutrition for seniors, science in the 20th century, a healthy brain or many other subjects can join New Frontiers for Lifelong Learning.
In every January issue of this column since its inception, I have awarded my mud-pie statuette called a “Curmuddy” to those individuals and groups who have said or done some especially outrageous, absurd or downright stupid thing during the previous year.
A series of three photo workshops on improving nature, landscape and travel photography will be open to interested photo enthusiasts who want to elevate their pictures from boring to beautiful by learning simple tips and techniques that can be used with almost any camera.
With her 65th birthday just weeks away, Joan Green admitted she’s still having a little trouble embracing the whole retirement thing.
You could call it “Real Models of the Valley.”
It is not a provocative issue such as gay marriage or illegal immigration, yet the importance of what we do—or don’t do—regarding health and care needs of our seniors may have more economic, physical and moral relevance for families than any other problem before us.
The Ten Commandments are an epic set of injunctions conveyed by a lean number of words—about 122 of them.
Recently you gave advice to a grandmother who found out that her granddaughter was gay.
“One person...Six questions” is a continuing series of columns about Tucson-area residents who have made an impact on the community. This month, we talked to Debbie Rich, CEO of Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona.
My nightmare is always the same.
From 1988 to 2008, the president of the United States has been named either Clinton or Bush.